Thursday, January 6, 2011

GET THE LOOK: Glamour is Never A CHARADE








LOVE THE FILM, LOVE THE LADY, LOVE THE LOOK

 So,I though since I'm on this Audrey Hepburn kick that I would share with you a few things that I came across. I think it's HOT! and if I where a career gal like the likes of a few of you out there, I'd be working this look! If you like it there is a link to a site that sells everything you need, you don't have to copy the look  verbatim, you can play with it and make it your own!

Here's your way to achieve this amazing Iconic look that Audrey Hepburn made famous in "CHARADE" All the info is her for you. Happy Hunting! mykie XOXO


 Audrey Hepburn Charade
LUELLA SHSTN CREAM SILK -
176 GBP - farfetch.com
Cream blouse »

Cotton-blend trench coat
$336 - net-a-porter.com
Trench coats »

Wool crepe pencil skirt
$263 - net-a-porter.com
Pencil skirts »

ZANNI
$40 - aldoshoes.com
Slim shoes »

Classic Cashmere Ladies Gloves
$115 - aspinaloflondon.com
Wrap gloves »

BLACK DRAGONFLY SUNGLASSES
$325 - alexandermcqueen.com
Black sunglasses »

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    1. I must emphasize that the key word here is art. Many of the great photographers have produced fine art nudes like Alfred Stieglitz, Edward Steichen, Edward Weston, Man Ray, Helmut Newton…, just to mention a few. Of course, just as with other art forms, some like Robert Mapplethorpe or Jeff Koonz for instance have pushed the envelope by producing images that are questionable to some, but such work should not be generalized and held against other serious photographers.

      I often discuss this with my sister who is a successful professional photographer in Germany. She is often in disbelief how much more restricted photography of this type is in the US. For instance, in her studio she has three different display windows for her work, one of which is usually dedicated to fine art nude photography. That is simply unthinkable in the US.

      That brings up the question of what constitutes fine art nude photography. During my 13 years of teaching photography that question regularly came up during class discussions. Of course the definition of art in general is in the eye of the beholder. There are no clear cut instructions to be had.

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